The Taste of a Muffin and the Crafting of a Health Article
Sink your teeth into a morsel of one of these warm, fresh-from-the-oven, homemade pumpkin muffins and I guarantee you an experience you will never forget. Take a bite. Savor the moment. Swallow it down and say the first word that comes to mind. Delicious. Scrumptious. Mind-blowing.
Now, check out a recent review from a new adherent who recently snared his first hand-crafted pumpkin muffin from my kitchen oven.
“They were honestly perfect. Flavour so amazing, the texture and weight just right, and the chocolate chip distribution was spot on… at least one chocolate chip in every bite. What do I gotta do to get more??” Jared
I hear your sonorous, clamouring tone.“Pray tell! What does the tasting of a most delicious, delectable muffin have to do with the crafting of a health content article?”
Followed by the resounding reply, “Everything, my dear Holmes, everything.”
However, one must get down to the business at hand. Everyone knows the essence of any good health article is in knowing your audience. Just like the sleepy-eyed, tousled-haired kids that stumbled down the stairs to devour my muffins in the mornings, I too know the target audience who devour health content on the internet, in healthcare blogs, and in newsletters. I know them because I wrapped their wounds, administered their medications, listened to their stories, and hugged them through their tears when I needed to tell them hard things. This target audience for nursing content is made up of tangible people. They’re your mothers and fathers and sisters and brothers and partners and friends.
However, we must move on.
The hook is what grabs you and keeps you reading. It is the gentle, wafting aroma of muffins that need two more minutes to perfection. It is the promise of revealing the secret behind these perfect muffins before you get done reading this article. It is the moment when the target audience perceives that the writer understands their illness, their high blood pressure, their hurting, their pain. It is the enticement for something more, something that will give them hope for their journey, the anticipation of new information to grasp.
Do you see the interfacing of muffin and health driven articles?
Even the least of us know that experience is what creates the “texture and weight just right” in a muffin. My nursing experience weaves depth, scope, amplitude of knowledge, and organization into well-balanced and quality health content. It provides the right voice for reader engagement, encouraging them to consume the composition and substance of the material communicated to them.
Wait! There’s more.
Research and Hyperlinks
Does not the “chocolate chip distribution spot-on” remind you of the perfectly placed hyperlinks, linking data in your article to other papers filled with nuggets of research? These healthcare content morsels are perfectly balanced with content that is clear and concise, written in a pleasing style.
Shhhhhh… did you check out the hyperlink? Don’t forget to come back and read the rest of this article to find out the secret to making these perfect muffins.
Can you taste them yet? “At least one chip in every bite.” An essential piece of writing quality health articles and nursing content are SEO keywords to satisfy the hungry google bots that are trolling each and every tidbit.
So, the question remains. “What do I gotta do to get more?”
I’m a freelance nurse content writer and I am unabashedly making a pitch for my writing, declaring that it is as excellent and flavorsome as the muffins I make. Check out my website and writing samples on InsightfulNursing.com and contact me to discuss your organization’s writing needs.
Muffin Secret Disclosure
To get the same texture and flavor, you must use fresh or frozen pumpkin. In the fall, I remove the seeds of a pumpkin, then peel it, and cut the flesh into cubes. I put these cubes into a roasting pan in my oven, letting it cook until the cubes are as soft as boiled potatoes. I drain the pumpkin, mash it, then use a hand mixer to make a puree. I then strain it for several hours before bagging it in two cup measures, and throwing it into the freezer.
For those of you who missed the hyperlink to the recipe, here it is. Pumpkin Muffins. The recipe is on a hidden page within my website because, well, I want you to visit it. Enjoy eating muffins and I look forward to writing for your healthcare companies and organizations.
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“I ate one a couple of days ago when I was feeling sick. It pretty much cured me.”
“These pumpkin muffins meet all addictive urges to sugary sweetness. Moist and delicate cake melts in your mouth.” Shirley
“Blend a pumpkin pie with chocolate chips and you experience the addictive taste of these moist muffins. Dare you to stop at just one.” Daryl
Disclaimer: There was no AI CHATGPT used in the writing of this article.